When Quentin Tarantino refers to a film as being the best of the year, I'd advise you to listen. That's precisely the praise he recently bestowed upon Big Bad Wolves (review), a critically-acclaimed Israeli revenge thriller that hits theaters in the UK on December 6th.
I've never been the biggest fan of Italian Giallo flicks, but one thing I will say about them is that they always seem to have the coolest titles. Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani (Amer) channel the spirit of Argento with their latest film, which boasts a title ripped straight out of the era.
If you're a fan of Japanese splatter films, then your Thanksgiving just got a lot messier - and zanier - as what we have for you here are the first details on madman Yoshihiro Nishimura's Zombie TV, including several stills and a trailer. Put on a raincoat, and dig in!
A few days ago we told you that Sundance is airing a marathon of "The Returned" ("Les Revenants") in December, and in case you need more reasons to tune in, how about the fact that the show just won an International Emmy?
Have you ever heard the title of a movie and wondered why the hell you never came up with it? Sharktopus was one of those movies for me. And Australiens has just been added to the list.
Season 2 of the Metal Hurlant Chronicles is nearly upon us, and to celebrate its imminent arrival, we have the first video teaser from the show right here for ya! Check it out!
Around these parts we are insanely fond of Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead's last film, Resolution, so when word hit our radar that the duo were at it again, we immediately sat up and took notice. That being said, here's your first look at Spring.
A new quad poster for Aharon Keshales' (Rabies) latest film Big Bad Wolves has arrived and it is truly killer. Magnet will be releasing this puppy here Stateside and believe us when we tell you, you're gonna LOVE it.
No, German Angst is not a Uwe Boll biopic, although that would seem pretty damned appropriate. What we have here, kids, is a new anthology film featuring the works of Jorg Buttgereit (Nekromantik, Der Todesking), Andreas Marchall (Tears of Kali, Masks), and Michael Kosakowoski (Zero Killed).
You still have a chance to get hooked on the engrossing, stylish eight-part French horror series "The Returned" beginning Sunday, December 1st, when Sundance Channel begins a marathon run of the show. Binge away!
If you experienced 2010's The Last Circus, then you know that you should never miss anything with the name Alex De la Iglesia attached to it. Swapping out the clowns with witches, the Spanish filmmaker's next is Witching and Bitching (review), which is fresh off a premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.
CGI has taken taken over monster movies in the States, but for one small group of students at the Osaka University of Arts, old school rubber suits and miniature buildings drive the production of their daikaiju eiga (giant monster film).
We've had our eyes on the Hong Kong vampire flick Rigor Mortis for a while. U.S. audience have to wait several months before Juno Mak's bloody mixture of comedy and horror sees a Stateside release, but it's nice to see overseas audiences are embracing it.
The zombie menace is alive (sort of) and well, and they're ready to savage humans everywhere in the upcoming flick Escaping the Dead, which is coming at us all the way from Copenhagen. We have a look at the first stills for you here!
Yesterday we told you that LevelFILM picked up U.S. rights to zombie thriller The Returned from Spanish genre hub Filmax and director Manuel Carballo (Exorcismus). Today we have a trio of new stills.